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Twitter Commentators React Indignantly To Ted Wells Report
Published February 14, 2014
Twitter reaction to the report was damning of Incognito, the Dolphins organization, and at times the league itself. SI's Seth Davis: "This report is a total disaster for Incognito and the Dolphins. Literally a worst case scenario." The S.F. Chronicle's Ann Killion: "Re report on Dolphins mess: welcome to the NFL Michael Sam." The Nation's Dave Zirin: "Ted Wells' Incognito/Dolphins report protects those in power, Abu Ghraib style." N.Y. Post's Bart Hubbuch: "The Dolphins' locker room sounds like it was a truly awful place." Former NFLer Chris Kluwe: "Interesting how in the Martin/Incognito report a persistent theme of 'I'm afraid this will cost me my job' comes from the witnesses."